Acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), Harm reduction, Motivational interviewing (MI), Psychodynamic
While I have been trained in, and draw from, a variety of modalities, I predominantly work psychodynamically, with a focus on the various systems and social forces that impact our personal struggles. Psychodynamic therapy is a form of depth psychology involving the interpretation of mental and emotional processes rather than focusing on behaviors alone. In practice, I seek to help clients find patterns in their emotions, thoughts, and beliefs in order to gain insight into their current self.
I always start from a place of warmth and curiosity. We are all unique, shaped by diverse experiences which contribute to the multitude of stories we carry with us and which impact the way we move through the world. Together, we will explore, and in some cases work to rewrite, the often unconscious narratives that direct our lives, in order to move toward ease, growth, fulfillment, and well-being. The therapeutic relationship is something that we will enter into collaboratively, with a focus on not only your pain and struggles, but also on your strengths.
PsyD - Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
Certificate in LGBTQ Mental Health and Human Services, California School of Professional Psychology
I had an amazing therapist during adolescence who inspired me to pursue this as a career!
Photography, plants, hiking/running, reading
Sleeping in, hiking, time with partner and friends.
Racial and economic justice.
Yes - a scruffy pup named Joni Mitchell. When we first got her, she didn't know how to climb the stairs in our house!